An enormous blaze that may be seen from Stenhousemuir is at present being battled by fireplace crews.
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service confirmed three home equipment are in attendance after the alarm was raised round 10.40am.
One individual wrote on Twitter that the flames might be seen from Stenhousemuir.
@cullyboy2 mentioned: “Big flames in Grangemouth Docks space, I can see them in Stenhousemuir.”
There aren’t any reported accidents.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson mentioned: “We have been alerted at 10.40am on Thursday, January 16 to studies of a fireplace throughout the grounds of the Ineos web site on the Grangemouth Petrochemical advanced.
“Operations Control mobilised three fireplace home equipment to North Shore Road and crews are presently working with on-scene response crews to extinguish the hearth.”
Chief Inspector Chris Stewart, Local Area Commander, mentioned: “Officers have been referred to as to Grangemouth at 10.47am on Thursday, 16 January, 2020, following a report of a fireplace at a petrochemical plant.
“There aren’t any reported accidents and we’re working with the hearth service and consultants on-site to make sure public security. There just isn’t regarded as any threat to native residents at the moment and the hearth stays remoted to the dock space.”
Operator Forth Ports say Grangemouth is Scotland’s largest port dealing with 9 million tonnes of cargo annually via specialist container, liquid and normal cargo terminals.